01. Set1: crowd
02. Stranger Than Fiction>
03. Ghost Of Ralph's Mom>
04. Bring It Back Home>
05. Sensory Deprivation Bank
07. Threw It All Away>
08. Time Ed>
09. Happy Hour Hero
01. Set2: New York City>
02. Not Coming Down>
04. So Long
02. Sticks & Stones>
03. Captain America>
05. Down Boy
Taped dead center, F.O.B, 35-40 ft, mics outside stacks, Manfrotto air-cushioned stand @8 ft, sabra-som shocks, stereo bar, DPA UA0896 screens
August 9, 2009 Subject:
2009 moe. is hawt!
Noob for Life, I think you need a new grapevine. The music fans I talk to coast to coast are saying how ever since Summer Camp moe. is playing like they've got a new lease on life.
On the recent West Coast tour, an 11 year veteran (over 200 shows) told me "This is the best tour I've been on in almost 12 years!".
Try Flagstaff, Hollywood 1, Ventura, Seattle or Boise. Since then, the band has continued to drop above average shows at the All Good Festival and a week later in Indy.
This Syracuse show is sweet. Wish I coulda been there.
July 13, 2009 Subject:
moe., Saranac, Upstate New York... need I say more?
This was my first show since moe.down 9 and I was worried because I heard through the grapevine that moe.'s playing has been pretty lackluster as of late, but this show shattered any doubts.
Highlights include BiBH > SDB, NCD > Wormwood > So Long, and Captain America > Mexico.
This was my first time hearing TiAA and Time Ed live, so cheers to that! Time Ed was flubbed a little bit in the beginning, but the jam was beautiful and highlighted with some great xylophone playing from Jim.
Down Boy in the downpour for the encore was a blast!
Rock on moe.! Cheers to all and see you Labor Day Weekend for moe.down X!